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Mimic

Mimic was a quartet from North Carolina who published two EPs, practicing a style so-called Groove Melodic Heavy Metal. Translating, heavy with a melodic touch but with a semi-thrash groove basis, the likes of Machine Head.

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Country: United States
History: 2000 – 2003
Status: Inactive
Style: Thrash/Groove Metal

Biography:
Mimic was a quartet from North Carolina who published two EPs, practicing a style so-called Groove Melodic Heavy Metal. Translating, heavy with a melodic touch but with a semi-thrash groove basis, the likes of Machine Head.

They participated in many festivals as the New Jersey Metal Festival, Milwaukee Metal Festival, Atlantis Music Conference and The Nashville 2NMC Conference.

Dana assembled the band through an ad, which was answered by Tina and Carla, trio which formed the band nucleus. As for the bass duties, this position has been changing for a foothold in Lily Olive.

Currently the group is inactive.

Lineup:
Tina Neal – Vocals
Carla Chacon – Guitar
Dana – Drums
Lily Olive – Bass

Former members:
Mark – Bass
Iman – Bass
Michelle – Bass
Heidi – Bass
Areyca – Keyboards

Discography:
2001, “Your First” (EP)
2002, “Black Print” (EP)

Related links:
http://www.myspace.com/mimic1
http://www.myspace.com/mimic666
http://www.metal-rules.com/interviews/Mimic.htm

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  1. Just found my “You First” cd. Truly a metal classic!

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